Front-end Web Development Tutorials

Front-end Web Development refers to building web interfaces, specifically the parts of the website that the user will interact with. When you’re browsing the web, everything you see, from images and headings to sliders and buttons is made using HTML, CSS and JavaScript, the main components to any website.

Back-end Development refers to the parts of the website that a user doesn’t see or directly interact with. The back end handles application logic, algorithms, database interaction and the processing of user requests.

In this section, you will learn how to make Python Web applications more user friendly by leveraging the power of both the Front-end and Back-end. These articles cover how to integrate Back-end frameworks like Flask and Django with popular Front-end libraries and frameworks.